American Pest Adds Seven New ACE Entomologists

American Pest Adds Seven New ACE Entomologists

The company now has 14 Associate Certified Entomologists.

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FULTON, Md. — American Pest, an AntiCimex company servicing Maryland, D.C., and Virginia, has added seven new Associate Certified Entomologists (ACE) in 2019.

The ACE program is a benchmark of professionalism in the pest management industry as it provides pest professionals to gain credentials and have a responsibility to render effective ser-vice to humanity. ACE applicants are required to have a minimum of 5 years verifiable pest management experience and pass a comprehensive 150 question exam testing their knowledge of the industry.

David Billingsly, president of American Pest shares, “The hard work and dedication that our newest certified entomologists have provided to American Pest is incredibly appreciated. As we have rapidly grown throughout the year, they each proved that they believe in the American Pest mission of becoming the leader in modern preventative, pest management.”

The following members have passed their ACE certification in 2019:
• Adam Pheister—a Technician Supervisor at American Pest
• Andrea Brubaker—the Vice President of Business Development at American Pest
• Augustine Takyi —the Quality Control Supervisor at American Pest
• James Christiansen—a Branch Manager at American Pest
• Jessie Sanchez—a Technician Supervisor at American Pest
• Kyle Beahm—a Pest Professional at American Pest

• Tim Pleasant—the Bed Bug Service Manager at American Pest

American Pest now has 2 Ph. D. Entomologists, 4 Board Certified Entomologists, 14 Associate Certified Entomologist, over 140 State Certified Technicians, a K-9 Bed Bug Detection Team, and over 280 pest professionals.